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We all tend to have favourite times of the year without being fully able to explain why. For you, this is likely to be a favourite time of year but it has nothing to do with the seasons or the weather and everything to do with the fact that the Sun will always spend the first three weeks of June in an adventurous part of your chart. As well as putting the solar spotlight on adventure, travel, learning and discovery this is a fellow Air ruled energy and it brings a sense of liberation and focus on the big picture. This year this is likely to be even more appealing with Venus, your ruling planet in retrograde motion here until 25th June, holding the doors open to the past and second chances.
If this year got off to a false start or a global pandemic made your bucket list redundant, Venus is bringing a chance to not only create a new bucket list but make up for lost time. Yet you not only have the Sun here until 21st June but the North Node is spending its first full month here in 17 years and this will continue to light the way forward until January 2022. Along with Saturn, who is spending his first, last and only full month in retrograde motion in a playful part of your chart, this gives you some serious support when it comes to making sure you have the right balance between work and play.
This is important because with Mars in your busy work sector until 28th June, Mercury in your career sector all month, the Sun returning on 21st June and a solar eclipse there in its early hours, your professional year is also getting a major shot in the arm. A solar eclipse is a supercharged New Moon, which will also open new doors but Mercury’s retrograde turn in your career sector on 18th June could also see it act as a trigger for the doors open for the past, second chances and untapped professional potential. Mars returned to your work sector on 13th May and Mercury at the end of last month, energising things in a way not normally seen at this point in your professional year.
Libra June 2020 Love Horoscope
For the majority of the month, it is business as usual on the relationship front, with more focus on Saturn’s first, last and only full month in retrograde motion in your romantic sector, before retrograding back out early next month. It is not that romantic matters are more important than relationship matters and more that nothing is demanding your attention there. The last of the faster moving planets left your relationship sector at the end of April and Eris and Chiron, the planets that will keep your relationships on track are here for the long term. Romantic matters on the other hand are more urgent.
Not only is Saturn spending his first and only month in retrograde motion in your romantic sector before retrograding back out early next month Venus, the planet of love is in retrograde motion in an adventurous part of your chart until 25th June. This creates a potent mix of the romance, adventure and nostalgia that will continue even after Venus turns direct and with Saturn leaving on 2nd July, she will continue to fuel the spirit of romance and adventure. Yet while the main focus is on matters of the heart, something is brewing on the relationship front that will change everything.
The first advantage your relationships get is from the Moon’s visit to your communication sector from 5th June to 7th June and the lunar eclipse this will create on 6th June. As well as an opportunity for a communication breakthrough, a friendly aspect to Chiron and Eris in your relationship sector will make this an opportunity to give your emotional responses and relationships a voice. The Moon’s visit to your relationship sector from 14th June to 16th June will bring a deeper dive into your emotional responses to relationship matters but it is later in the month that everything changes. On 28th June Mars will return for what should be a six week visit to your relationship sector but instead won’t leave until January 2021. This is a game changer.
Libra June 2020 Money Horoscope
Things become more settled on the financial front this month and that means more predictability and fewer shifts and changes. It was the Sun’s departure from your financial sector last month that not only took the solar spotlight off your financial situation and money matters but brought all the faster planetary activity for the year to a close. That faster planetary activity includes the Sun, Mercury and Venus, who will move through each April and May to take care of any financial housekeeping, updating your game plan for the coming year and set things on the course you want them to continue on.
By the time you move into the new month, the Sun has only been gone for 10 days and you are still adjusting to what is now more about the journey. This is the side of the financial fence that is more focused on what you do with and how you manage the money you have and with Uranus in his first full year here and not leaving until 2026, he is here to keep things on track but in a more low key and behind the scenes way. While the first planetary activity on the income front doesn’t begin until September, it means that when the Moon moves through your income sector every four weeks it won’t have to compete with planets trying to keep the focus on money matters as a whole.
You will get that chance early in the month, when the Moon moves through your income sector from 3rd June to 5th June. Returning to find that the Sun is no longer in your financial sector and coming full circle from last month’s Full Moon to find planetary activity starting to pump up on the job and career fronts, this will be a whole new experience. As well as creating what could be an auspicious few days across the income, work and career fronts these could be some of the most potentially lucrative days of the month, apart from when the Moon returns again on 30th June.
Libra June 2020 Career Horoscope
It was last month that this professional year started to deviate from its normal pattern, springing back into life as the dynamics began to shift on the job and career fronts. It was early last month that the North Node left your career sector, where for 18 months it had not only provided a sense of professional direction but set wheels in motion that continued even after it left. With the Sun not returning to your career sector until 21st June, as he does at this time every year, this was going to create a seven week period where things could settle. With Neptune usually on his own in your work sector and slowing down ahead of a retrograde turn at this time each year, this should see the month get off to a slow start on both fronts.
Instead, both job and career matters have caught their second wind and it began with Mars’ return to your work sector on 13th May and Mercury’s to your career sector at the end of last month. Until he leaves on 28th June, Mars will not only fuel your work passions, fighting and competitive spirit but bring a chance to make things happen, explore new potential and make things happen. The weeks that Mars will spend in your work sector can be the busiest but also the most successful of the year. Mars last returned to your work sector in 2018 and left in the early days of 2019, giving you your first chance since then to bring his raw energy into work and job matters.
Meanwhile, as Mercury returned for what should be a 14 to 15 day chance to get your head in the game and around your career options at the end of last month, he should be long gone by the time the Sun returns on 21st June. Instead, a retrograde turn on 18th June will keep Mercury here until August, opening the doors to the past, second chances and untapped professional potential three days before a solar eclipse on 21st June could bring unexpected new developments. With Mars in his final days in your work sector by then, this will be an exciting point of an exciting month for both job and career matters.